Narendra Modi Addresses The Nation On 74th Independence Day

August 15, 2020 11:33
Narendra Modi Addresses The Nation On 74th Independence Day

Narendra Modi Addresses The Nation On 74th Independence Day:- Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi hoisted the national flag on the occasion of 74th Independence Day at Red Fort, New Delhi after which he addressed the nation. With the coronavirus pandemic, the celebrations are restricted and limited guests are allowed. The general public is not invited for the event. 1500 coronavirus warriors including 500 cops who recovered from coronavirus attended the event as a symbol of determination. Modi started his speech by wishing all the best on the Independence Day. Here are the highlights of his speech:

My best wishes on the occasion of 74th Independence Day. We are breathing free because of the thousands of our freedom fighters and the security forces, army officials, cops and others.

I would thank the efforts of all the coronavirus warriors on behalf of the country. The nation salutes the doctors, nurses, health care officials and cops who are working tirelessly to serve the country.

We are currently in a strange and tough times. We have to take all the adequate precautions that we are facing. This day should be remembered for the sacrifices made by our freedom fighters. It is a day of joy and hope. With the nation entering into 75th year of independence, it brings new energy and determination to take the country forward.

We have faced centuries of foreign rule and there were several efforts made to destroy the culture and tradition.

We are focused on building a new India: an Atma Nirbhar India which is self reliant. We are growing at a fast pace and is keen on the development. Around 7000 new projects in different sectors are identified to bring a revolution in the sector of infrastructure.

(Video Source: Bharatiya Janata Party)

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